This has always struck me as somewhat amazing: That magic little box enables one to leave, in a small way and for a short while, one’s own time and space and to occupy, maybe only superficially, another time and space: a then and there that really existed as well as a here and now. Photographs are both real images and imaged realities. This is both unique among media and new in human experience. — James Estrin
Car in Alley. Leadville, Colo. 1971.
Charles Harbutt — Archive/Center for Creative Photography